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WATCH: First Brit Completes Pokemon Go

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Published at 4:06pm 28th July 2016.

A man from Southampton claims to be the first player in the UK to 'catch em all'.

Sam Clark, who works for a gaming company, reckons he has got all 143 characters on Pokemon Go.

The 33 year old says he has spent almost every waking hour playing the game since it was launched.

He claims to have hatched 'Taurus' from an egg too.

Sam has posted a video of his haul online.

So is this the first full set in the country - see what you think...

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